Posted by jricchio | Today @ 12:49 AM | 33 Views
Final build for the season, my Hangar 9 P-51D 40 ARF finished off as Captain Chuck Yeagers ride.
E-Flite retracts, E-Flite Power 46 with a E-Flite 60amp BEC ESC and 4 cell setup.
One of many maidens to complete this spring/summer. soon as the field dries out!
Posted by loki255 | Today @ 12:17 AM | 56 Views
So I did a repaint of my E-Flite Timber to Little Annie Fanny of the 199th RAC- Swamp Fox that flew in Vietnam. I also did a battery hatch mod moving the location of the battery from the underside of the fuse to the topside, no more flipping the girl upside down to change out batteries.

Now she will coordinate airstrikes against ground targets for fast movers and assist in the search and rescue of downed aircraft and crew at the flying field!
Posted by DoubleEagle | Yesterday @ 10:48 PM | 83 Views
Toy Excavator Remote Control Hydraulic 2019 Model | Volvo Replica!!
***Excavator bucket, grapple and hammer – that´s cool!!***

Watch them build, have fun and keep your child entertained. 360-degree rotating body and a movable hydraulic simulated 3-POINT arms digging motion.
Model: Double Eagle No: E568-003 Volvo Toy Excavator Hydraulic
Changeable excavator bucket, grapple and hammer.
Moveable boom, stick and bucket. Detailed interior, exterior.
Scale: 1:16
Material: high quality durable plastic
Packaging-weight: 7.9 kg
With sound simulation
2.4 GHz
Excavator: electrical engine, battery 4.8V AA
RC battery: 2pcs of 1.5v AA (not included)
Toy Excavator Remote Control 2019 Model
Watch our toy remote control collection:

Business enquiries email: [email protected]
More our products here:
Double-Eagle Volvo RC Excavator No.: E568-003 Promo RC экскаватор excavadora (1 min 31 sec)

Posted by bill_delong | Yesterday @ 07:20 PM | 216 Views
This will be an evolving thread as I build and review a PR Racing SB401-T (1/10 Mini Truggy). Look for regular updates to this post as I plan to race this buggy in the 4WD Mod Truck class at Thornhill Racing Circuit (Turf Track). Full disclosure, I recently picked up a sponsorship through PR Racing so be prepared to expect some bias, but I will do my best to identify potential areas to consider making upgrades to improve the quality of this kit where applicable.

A quick background on me: I started club racing around 2010 and have slowly improved my skills to where I'm one of the slowest of the fast guys at the club in my area, ha! I typically average between 96% -98% consistency and will occasionally pick up a win for club racing and often make the A Main for regional events. My first 1/10 Truggy was the HoBao Hyper10TT which I raced about 5 years ago until the class died. Then the class came back about about a year ago when TEKNO released the ET410 which I have been racing since 2018. I look forward to comparing the PR truck with it's predecessors!

  • Loaded with upgrades in the kit for exceptional value!
  • Global Team Driver Support
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Posted by BDOG1 | Yesterday @ 06:44 PM | 229 Views
We are back from our Midwest Slope adventure 2867 miles later.
We left Wilson at 6:00am Sunday after topping off on coffee at the K-18 Cafe ( they let us in before they open to help us get on the road early ) and arriving back home on my door step at 5:00 am Monday .
morning .
Great People !
Great flying !
Great food !
Posted by decreale | Yesterday @ 01:08 PM | 611 Views
Recently got this plane, easy build however one of the supports would not clamp onto the wing may have to glue it. Not sure about that yet. Taking off was a problem you need to apply a little amount of down elevator, yes down to keep the tail from fish tailing all over the place. Once you see the back come up off the ground neutralize the elevator, apply more power and up she goes. Great flying plane
Posted by Darunion | Yesterday @ 11:30 AM | 657 Views
Currently having an issue sending/receiving messages on rcg. Please feel free to post in here if you cant message me or are not getting a reply when expected.
Posted by DutchRC | Yesterday @ 09:18 AM | 743 Views
Halloa people

I've had a HobbyKing / Quanum XJ470 aerial video quadcopter for quite some time now, and some of the electronics aren't really up to date anymore
So! It's time to elevate this quad to current standards

In this video I'll give you an overview of my rebuild process, and do a first test flight with the new setup..
In future video's I'll do some more tuning.. Add the gimbal & action cam so we can actually shoot some aerial video's

Quanum XJ470 Video Drone Overhaul ! - Matek F722-SE + BF 4.0.2 + FrSky R9M + AKKtek 2000mW VTX! :O (13 min 20 sec)

What's new:
Matek F722-SE Rolls Royce FC:
FrSky R9M with receiver:
AKKtek FX2 Dominator:

What was allready there:
The Quanum XJ470 frame:
Quanum Elite 4006 740Kv:
12x5.5 CF propellors:
4x DYS XS 30A ESC's:
Zhiyun Z1 - Tiny 2 gimbal:
Foxeer Monster V2 Cmos camera:
Foxeer SMA clover leaf antenna:
Matek WS2812B programmable LED strip:
Posted by Bill M - RC | Yesterday @ 08:58 AM | 743 Views
Hi fellow rc pilots & rc enthusiasts

Transtec Attack 66 review. This F4 OSD 1S Brushless Tiny Whoop FPV Racing Drone PNP with Caddx Firefly 1200TVL Camera review includes unboxing, inspection, setup, binding, betafight, Bl-heli settings, camera, fpv and flight tests. Flight action starts at 10:24 .

You can get this Transtec Attack 66 F4 OSD 1S Brushless Tiny Whoop FPV Racing Drone PNP with Caddx Firefly 1200TVL Camera here now:

Transtec Attack 66 review - F4 OSD 1S Brushless Tiny Whoop FPV Racing Drone (19 min 22 sec)

Posted by RC Roundtable | Yesterday @ 08:52 AM | 753 Views
Episode 81: "Curse of the Habu" is now live!

In this episode, we talk about:
-Flooded fields (2:15)
-E-flite Carbon Cub SS
-Fitz's Habu update (14:30)
-Hangar 9 Timber 110 (18:22)
-New FAA silliness (26:20)
-RC kits at Brodak (37:36)
-Lee's 3D printer search (42:08)
-Workbench updates (50:18)
-Fitz gets RC antiques (1:07:28)
-Giveaway winner (1:20:33)

You can visit our website at to listen over the web or download an MP3 of the show. Or, you can subscribe to RC Roundtable on iTunes.

We would love to read your comments and ideas. Please drop us a line here, our facebook page, or email: [email protected].
Posted by Edge767 | Yesterday @ 07:54 AM | 770 Views
I haven't flown in over a year. Nearly a year and a half. Why? Because I'm in the National Guard, and I've been tied up on the weekends. Also, our club field has been under construction for over a year (county project), and coupled with the fact that on the weekends I don't have drill, my wife has either had me traveling with her or doing honey-do's, or the weather hasn't been conducive to flying. So, here I am: severely out of practice and longing to get back into the air.

I did get a DJI Mavic 2 Pro yesterday, and despite the high winds (gusting to 20 mph), I was able to get it up into the air and get some nice video footage. I can see now why these drones are both so popular and possibly dangerous; they are ridiculously easy to fly and require very little skill. They do get some amazing footage, though, and I have to admit that I'm really looking forward to some trips now with this drone.

I'm probably one of the very few who has my FAA, AMA, and contact into actually on my drone, but I figure the last thing I need is to have something bad happen and I run afoul of the law or the AMA. Anyway, I hope to be able to get back into the air soon with my beloved warbirds. I miss flying them dearly.
Posted by ww5302 | Yesterday @ 07:16 AM | 805 Views
I'm sure that this situation happens to a lot of people, that is the Lipo battery is dead after it used a few times. And users' first reaction must be that the Lipo battery isn't good enough. As long as you buy a reliable brand, as long as you use the Lipo battery in the right way, the Lipo battery will last a long time.

Let's start with what might kill the Lipo battery:

The 1st reason: It is not correct for Lipo batteries to store at full power or no power for long periods of time. If you don't use your Lipo battery for a long period of time, such as 1 month, 6 months, or even longer. Then proper handling way will ensure that your Lipo battery will be good in storage.

For Storage, take note of the following:

(1) In general, we recommend that the customers store the Lipo battery at half power. And the temperature of the storage environment is about 25 °C.

(2) Before storage, charge the Lipo battery for the last time. Check the voltage of each Lipo battery cell. Make sure that the Lipo battery cell voltage is almost the same (error + /-0.01V). Then discharge, release about 50-60% of the power, and then save.

(3) If the Lipo battery is not used for more than 1 month. Then check the voltage of each Lipo battery cell regularly every month. To ensure that the lowest battery voltage is not less than 3.0V, if less than 3.0V, then try to charge and discharge again.

The 2nd reason: Many users always overcharge or over-discharge their Lipo batteries while using
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Posted by old4570 | Yesterday @ 03:29 AM | 895 Views

I only had one 5x3x3 prop to try on the Mini Surfer 800
Today I got a package with some new props ..
So of course I had to see how much current they pulled .
Posted by DoubleEagle | Yesterday @ 01:52 AM | 924 Views
Nicely made replica, fantastic futures and lot's of fun for your kid and you!!!
Mercedes-Benz Arocs replica
Simulation lights
Simulation sounds
Rc control 180 ° boom rotation
And many other features
Item No.: E565-003
Model Name: 1:20 RC Mercedes-Benz Arocs Crane
Size of vehicle(cm): 38.5*21.5*17.0
Net Weight (kgs): 11.8
Battery for vehicle: 400mAh, 4.8V rechargeable
Business enquire: [email protected]
Double-Eagle 1:20 Mercedes-Benz Arocs Crane/Loader Truck (2 min 18 sec)

Posted by muskrat975 | Yesterday @ 01:32 AM | 936 Views
I recently just purchased from a guy. Back of strut is worn looking and missing teplon bushing. When I take off prop seems a little too loud? Until it planes out! Also it didn’t want to stop doing circles after about 10 mins. Prop wouldn’t straighten out until about 2 mins later
Posted by --Oz-- | Yesterday @ 12:05 AM | 993 Views
Look at the picture, this picture is amazing once you figure out what happened. The "T" in the top left of the picture is the scope trigger point, ball at rest (0 rpm) 25ms later, the ball is at 3.2 million rpm!
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I always set the vertical cursors to my current record (in microseconds), so I can see when I beat my personal best.
I usually prepare 10~15 balls for testing that day, one day, I got to this one ball, I guess things were just right (ball/container/angle/settings). What happened was amazing and unbelievable, with about ~250W (18V ~13A). First hall sensor trigger, it gave a ~0.25 second burst, I could hear the power supply give a quick 60Hz hum, sucking some juice, then the scope displayed high 2 million rpms! The major keys it was legit was no vibrations and the ball was still spinning down from momentum. I have been running the scope at 10us/div (since going for 2+ mil), but I decided to get the big picture, zoomed out the scope to 100ms/div and set single trigger and tried again, moved the hall sensor into position and it happened again, a burst of around ~250ms then hall stops triggering the coil. I zoom the scope into the end of the coil drive signal, this time just over 3 million in a quarter second! I stopped to think about it, no Ford transmission vib's, just pure signing spinning ball. Blown away I called a friend to witness what happened, I did it 4 more times, the most impressive time was in the picture, it shows 0 rpm to 3.2 million rpm...Continue Reading
Posted by brett.c | May 20, 2019 @ 11:52 PM | 982 Views
I've had this F4F for a number of years now and although it has never been in a major prang it did need a bit of a refresh.
Beside, my eyes just ain't what they use to be and the blue grey scheme was getting difficult to see.
Time for a prewar dress up.
Much easier to see now and IMHO looks a lot nicer too.
Posted by brett.c | May 20, 2019 @ 11:25 PM | 1,011 Views
I built this out of spare parts and left overs from old planes.
No dollars were wasted on this build because none were spent.
The wings and tail are modified from a Phoenix 1600mm glider that a fellow club member had rammed into a lighting tower.
Fuselage is made up from 15mm thick blue foam which was salvaged from some packaging material that I found at work.
This was then covered with 30gpm tissue paper and painted with cheap rattle can enamel.
Retracts came from a Durafly Corsair and were pinned to stop them twisting 90deg.

Flies really well. Quite quick and only needs 1/2 throttle for most flying. Very maneuverable and slow flies well. Take offs and landing are a breeze.
All round this is a rather pleasant plane to fly at any speed.

Wingspan: 1125mm
Weight: 1205grams
Motor, Turnigy 3536 1250 Kv
Prop: 9x5
Battery: 2200/4s
Servos, 9g with the elevator being metal geared.
Posted by Oneblueyedog | May 20, 2019 @ 10:01 PM | 1,042 Views
I have an ancient Telemaster 40 that was for sale. It wasn't getting any serious interest. So I stripped it down of all of its monokote/econocote. Whatever it was it took about 15 hours to get to bare balsa. I used an Xacto, packing tape and Scotchbrite pads. Time consuming. No wonder it's a job most avoid. Hunting cool color schemes down. May just go with stock red and white. It was a Hobby Lobby plane. It has builder markings in it.